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Long-proposed new library discussed

    Long-proposed new library discussed

After well over a decade of speculation, discussions and debate, residents have had their first real opportunity to weigh-in on the construction of a new Central Library during a series

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Surprise!!

    Surprise!!

League hosts birthday party for 90-year-old bowler Cora Smith got an unexpected reception when she walked into Northside Lanes on Aug. 19 for the Golden Age Seniors Bowling League meeting.

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Father miffed after N-word incident

    Father miffed after N-word incident

Celebrity Chef Paula Deen lost her television show and millions of dollars in endorsements; Philadelphia Eagle Riley Cooper faced team disciplinary actions and the ire of his teammates; and the

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Womble slowly resuming his life of service

    Womble slowly resuming his life of service

The past 20 months have not been easy for former State Rep. Larry Womble. The weeks and months that have stretched out since the Dec. 2, 2011 car accident that

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Family Affair

    Family Affair

Roundup brings Bostonians back home Despite a persistent rain, hundreds flocked to Drayton Pines Park Saturday for the 20th Annual

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Teachers: Lawmakers making it hard for us

    Teachers: Lawmakers making it hard for us

For the past two decades, New York City native Esther Davis has dedicated her life to education. “I’ve always loved

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Trayvon Martin’s death sparks local panel discussion

    Trayvon Martin’s death sparks local panel discussion

Trayvon Martin’s slaying – and the subsequent acquittal of his killer, George Zimmerman – has raised questions nationwide about Stand

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Smoke or Fire?

    Smoke or Fire?

Leaders say candidate’s corruption allegations are all make-believe Democratic mayoral candidate Gardenia Henley is accusing some local church leaders of

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Budget cuts sending more teachers to free Warehouse

    Budget cuts sending more teachers to free Warehouse

In an age where budget cuts are not the exception but the rule, local educators are flocking to The Educator

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The Road Forward

    The Road Forward

New leadership team vows to work to make Winston Lake Y better, stronger Burlington native Terry Smith has assumed the

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